UFT Developer reference for UFT One experts
UFT Developer was designed for a smooth migration from Unified Functional Testing (UFT One).
The table below provides information on parallels between UFT One and UFT Developer terminology and functionality, sorted in alphabetical order by UFT One feature.
|UFT One||UFT Developer||See:|
|Add-in Manager||Engine settings tab of the UFT Developer Settings dialog box.||Customize UFT Developer runtime engine settings|
VerifyImage and LocateImage methods
|Default learned test object properties||Recommended properties||Object Identification Center|
|DeviceReplay||Mouse and Keyboard classes||.NET SDK Reference or the Java SDK Reference|
|Insight||Insight||Insight image-based identification (Windows only)|
|.Object||NativeObject||Access native objects, methods, and properties|
|Object Identification Configuration||Object Identification tab of the UFT Developer Settings dialog box||Customize how to identify objects|
|Object Repository||Application Model||
Convert UFT One object repositories to UFT Developer application models
|Object Spy||Object Identification Center (OIC)||Object Identification Center|
|OCR text methods||
GetVisibleText and GetTextLocations methods, available for all test objects.
GetText and LocateText methods of the ImageUtils class
|Tips & tricks - OCR methods (Windows only)|
Options dialog box
(Settings that apply to all tests on the computer)
|Engine settings tab of the UFT Developer Settings dialog box.||Customize UFT Developer runtime engine settings|
|Record and Run dialog box (Web)||Browser.Launch (to run a new browser) or Browser.Attach (to run on an already open browser.||Tips & tricks - Web testing|
Test Settings dialog box
(Settings that are saved with the test)
App.config (Visual Studio) or leanft.properties (Eclipse, Spring Tool Suite, JBoss Developer Studio, IntelliJ IDEA, or Android Studio) file
|Customize test settings|
|Text Recognition (OCR)||
GetVisibleText and GetTextLocations methods of all test objects.
GetText and LocateText methods of the ImageUtils class.
|Visual Relation Identifiers (VRI)||Visual Relation Identifiers (VRI)||Use Visual Relation Identifiers (VRIs)|
Tip: Throughout this Help, the notation <UFT Developer installation>\... is used to indicate the location of various UFT Developer files. However, if you install UFT Developer as a feature of the UFT One installation, then the folder you use for the UFT One installation is also the <UFT Developer installation> folder. For example, if we specify that a file is located in <UFT Developer installation>\bin and you installed UFT Developer as part of the UFT One installation, that UFT Developer file is located in <UFT One installation folder>\bin.